Nutrition and Physical Activity

The purpose of this toolkit is to support CCC coalitions in their efforts to address food security among cancer survivors.
These videos share information about nutrition and wellness, tips, recipes and more.
This resource offers tips for communicating about hunger, food assistance and equity.
Rural communities in Utah have high rates of obesity and low rates of physical activity. One of the major contributing factors to inadequate physical activity is the lack of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructures in rural communities. The Utah Cancer Control Program and its partners offered mini-…
Utah’s refugee populations face significant barriers accessing culturally appropriate fresh fruits and vegetables. With an opportunity from the Utah Comprehensive Cancer Control Program to develop projects to address this need, the International Rescue Committee received funding to expand their New…
From February 2020 to February 2021, the number of food insecure households rose 8.5% in Utah, with communities of color and minoritized communities experiencing significantly larger increases. In response, state partners invested in building a statewide Double Up Food Bucks Program, which can…
At the time of this initiative, the obesity rate had doubled, with almost two-thirds of Minnesota adults overweight or obese, with sugary drinks playing a role. Partners worked together in a multi-pronged approach to encourage health care organizations to phase out sugar-sweetened beverages.
This set of policy guides highlight state and federal programs, initiatives, and policies that demonstrate successful cross-sector partnerships and improve our overall food safety system. 
The Move Your Way® Community Playbook offers tips and resources to help community organizations implement the Move Your Way campaign at the local level.
The Food and Nutrition fact sheet discusses how eating well helps people living with cancer to feel better and stay stronger; the Nutrition Handbook provides tips and resources that you can use to help you prepare healthy meals for you and your family.